Video: Countdown begins to official opening for famous Sussex gardens

A new restaurant, ‘farm shop’, delicatessen, special afternoon teas and more of a year-round garden experience - these are some of the plans as Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens near Horsham looks ahead to its 2019 opening.


Your chance to own DVD of new TV thriller Innocent

Sussex Newspapers have got three copies of the new TV thriller Innocent to give away.

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Save Me

Your chance to own DVD of new TV thriller Save Me

Sussex Newspapers have got three copies of the new TV thriller Save Me to give away.

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Georgina Gharsallah. Picture: Sussex Police

Mother’s emotional appeal to find daughter missing for four months

The mother of a Worthing woman who has been missing for almost four months has made an emotional appeal for information.

PCC Katy Bourne (left) with Victims' Commissioner Baroness Helen Newlove. Pictures: Sussex PCC

Victims’ advocate visits Sussex to hear how police are tackling stalking and fraud

Progress in cracking down on stalking was among the topics on the agenda when the Victims’ Commissioner visited Sussex on Thursday.


Eastbourne International: Andy Murray in centre court action on Monday

Andy Murray will get his Eastbourne campaign underway tomorrow (Monday) on Devonshire Park’s centre court against Stan Wawrinka.

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Weather: Sussex to be hit by heatwave

Weather: Sussex to be hit by heatwave

Temperatures are set to rise above 30 degrees Celsius as a heatwave rolls in across much of the county, according to the Met Office.


Watch: Rapturous celebrations in Brighton as England score

Brighton beach was the setting for rapturous celebrations among England fans as Harry Kane made it 2-0 from the penalty spot this afternoon.
'It's easier to walk across the fields'

Diary of a Sussex ‘newbie’: Popping out for a few…

I used to ‘glam up’ a bit to go out; our nearest watering hole was a 10 minute walk away.

Isabelle Combes with her cousin Fletcher before he died of a rare childhood cancer

Cake sale held in memory of young cousin

Student Isabelle Combes has raised £630 for charity with a cake sale in memory of her nine-year-old cousin.

Shoreham Port lockmaster Steve Gates volunteering at Emmaus Portslade

Day of volunteering for homeless charity

Shoreham Port lockmaster Steve Gates spent a day volunteering for homeless charity Emmaus at their main site in Portslade, as staff are encouraged to spend one day a year out of work to volunteer.

Care staff celebrating at Kingsland House, Shoreham

Carers have afternoon treats for hard work

Care staff were treated to an afternoon of coffee and cake to thank them for their dedication to the residents and patients they care for.

Year nine students Ethan Walsh and Harrison Gates, who were part of the Shoreham Academy team at the UnitedApp final

Students shine at the final of national app competition

Year nine students from Shoreham Academy were challenged to create an idea for an educational app that they would find useful at school, with the chance to have it made and launched in the App Store.

Laidback lurcher Lilly looks for loving home

Dog of the Week – Lilly

Lilly is a loveable, wonderful dog who will make a loyal lifetime companion once you’ve taken the time to get to know each other, say Dogs Trust Shoreham staff.

Lionel Richie

Review: Lionel Richie, All the Hits World Tour, Hove

There was only one party worth going to in Sussex on Saturday night as Lionel Richie performed at the 1st Central County Ground, Hove.


Sussex Cricket League: Gayler and Twine shine in run-filled weekend

Brad Gayler hit 126 and Nick Patterson took 5-31 as Cuckfield (273-9) enjoyed a 130-run win against Ifield (143 all out).


Video: Watch how Lionel Richie reacted to proposal at his Hove concert

Lionel Richie was upstaged by a proposal at his Hove concert.

Metal thefts on the rise in Sussex, police say

Metal thefts on the rise in Sussex, police say

Metal thefts across Sussex are on the rise, according to Sussex Police.

Figures have been released by Jobcentre Plus

South East residents spend £100 a month on their appearance

People living in the South East spend £3,323.80 every month, according to personal finance manager Money Dashboard – the third most after the East of England and London.

Children at Clapham and Patching CE primary school enjoying the new awning

New awning is gift to Worthing primary school

Pupils, parents and staff were surprised with an awning that was built during a weekend at Clapham and Patching CE primary school.

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